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    Is Using a Sperm Donor Right for you?

    July 18, 2019 / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Sperm Donor, Male Infertility, Semen Analysis


    About a third of fertility issues are due to problems with the man. Another third are caused by problems with both the woman and the man. In both cases, using a sperm donor may offer an affordable, safe, low-intervention path to pregnancy. Finding a sperm donor in Houston is not hard, and choosing the right fertility clinic increases your odds of a successful, healthy, happy pregnancy. So if you’re considering undergoing the sperm donation process, here’s what you need to know. 

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    Sperm Count and Quality: The Correlation to Pregnancy Success

    May 30, 2019 / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Male Fertility Testing, Male Infertility, Sperm Count


    Male infertility accounts for at least a third of infertility cases. In an additional third, problems with both the man and the woman play a role. In most cases, male infertility is due to issues with the sperm, such as low sperm count or poor sperm quality. In about 10-15% of men, there is no sperm at all in his semen. And unfortunately, there are few outward signs of sperm issues.

    Most men don’t know they’re infertile until they struggle to get a partner pregnant. Here’s what you need to know about sperm count and quality, and its correlation with pregnancy success.

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    Is it Him? What You Need to Know About Male Infertility

    February 19, 2019 / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
    Posted in Male Fertility Testing, Signs of Infertility, Male Infertility


    Trying to get pregnant is an exercise in deep and intense emotions. In the first few months, you may feel excited and overwhelmed. Perhaps you even begin shopping for the nursery or stocking up on baby clothes. After all, the baby will be here soon, right? Yet for many couples, this excitement eventually gives way to frustration, and even demoralization. About 15% of couples struggle with infertility, even after a year or longer of trying to get pregnant. Advice about infertility often focuses on the woman. But in at least 20-30% of cases, the issue is solely with the man. And in 20-30% more, there’s an issue with both the man and the woman.

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